https://algerianembassy.ug/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/HAMEL-Interpol-84-Kigali.jpg 353 500 Farid Boulahbel https://algerianembassy.ug/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/header.jpg Farid Boulahbel2015-11-06 11:26:262017-04-11 11:52:00Algeria’s DG National Security takes part in the 84th General Assembly of Interpol in Kigali.
Jun 3, 2023 to Jun 3, 2023
Algeria’s DG National Security takes part in the 84th General Assembly of Interpol in Kigali.
General Major Abdelghani HAMEL takes part in the 84th INTERPOL General Assembly held in Kigali – Rwanda 2-5 November 2015.
Discussions at the 2015 session in Kigali addressed some of most pressing cross-border challenges faced by police today. For example, counter-terrorism and foreign terrorist fighters, the organized criminal groups behind drug trafficking and people smuggling, and the different facets of cybercrime.
At this session, General Major HAMEL, reviewed the Algerian experience in the fight against terrorism, organized crime, drug trafficking, cybercrime and smuggling.
General Major, who spoke of the Algerian experience in reconciliation and the establishment of the rules of peace in society, thanks to the efforts and efforts of the President of the Republic, Abdelaziz BOUTEFLIKA, reviewed the main thrusts of the initiative to create Afripol and the preparations for Algeria to house its headquarters, evoking the work of the first general assembly scheduled on 13 and 14 December 2015.
The establishment of an international computerized system for the control of persons at air border points, in a first step, which will be in 2016 at sea border points in a second stage, in collaboration with Air Transport and Maritime Transport are among the recommendations of the participants in this four-day session.
Through these new systems, Interpol wants to strengthen the mechanisms of control of people and goods between countries to stop smuggling, counterfeiting and the use of falsified or stolen travel documents.
Participants said that the aim of the policing bodies is to neutralize criminals through these sessions, adding that this remains dependent on the ability of law enforcement officials to make a real-time inquiry into the information available to them. Outside their borders. The digital age offers new opportunities for police forces.